Sainsbury

Sainsbury’s underlying profit before tax of £251M was down 9%

Sainsbury’s profits fall 9% in first half

By Rick Pendrous

Sainsbury has reported that a focus on food quality, price and innovation helped its supermarket business grow food transactions ahead of the market in its latest interim results for the 28 weeks to September 23 2017.

Sainsbury had worked with suppliers to reduce prices

Sainsbury cuts prices after supplier talks

By Matt Atherton

Sainsbury has “worked with suppliers” to cut its prices lower than the other big four supermarkets, claimed the retailer in its first-quarter trading report.

Sainsbury's food division remains resilient, said group chief executive Mike Coupe

Sainsbury’s food is ‘resilient’ as profits fall

By Matt Atherton

Sainsbury’s food business remains resilient in a difficult market, the supermarket says, as the group’s full-year profits before tax fell 8.2% to £503M in the 12 months to March 11.

Supermarkets have recalled pasta goods manufactured by Noliko N.V

Supermarkets recall pasta goods over possible rubber fault

By Matt Atherton

Tesco and Sainsbury have recalled a number of their own-label pasta products, after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) declared the products, manufactured by Belgian firm Noliko, might contain pieces of rubber.

Sainsbury: posted a 0.8% fall in like-for-like retail sales (excluding fuel) for the 12 weeks to June 4

Sainsbury Q1 results not ‘a car crash’

By Noli Dinkovski

Sainsbury has posted worse than expected quarter one (Q1) results in the wake of increased competition – but they are “far from a car crash” – a leading City analyst has claimed.

Sainsbury denies union claims it wants to axe 850 jobs

Sainsbury slams union claims of 850 job losses

By Michael Stones

Sainsbury has rejected claims from Unite the union that it plans to axe up to 850 jobs, days after spending £1.4bn to buy Argos owner, the Home Retail Group.

Sainsbury has axed multi-buy promotions

Sainsbury says bye bye to multi-buy promos

By Laurence Gibbons

Sainsbury will phase out multi-buy promotions by August 2016, after a survey found shoppers felt they were out of step with attitudes towards waste, health and value.

Food strengths are key to retailer survival

Top retailers should exploit food strengths

By Nicholas Robinson

Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury and Morrisons must make more of what they do best with food and drink in their fight back against the discounters Aldi and Lidl, a leading analyst has claimed.

Coupe has had his conviction for embezzlement overturned

Sainsbury boss escapes Egyptian jail

By Laurence Gibbons

Sainsbury boss Mike Coupe has escaped a jail term in Egypt after he was acquitted of attempted embezzlement by an Egyptian court.

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